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Bessemer considers less expensive sewer layout

 

April 14, 2022

Charity Smith/Daily Globe

The Bessemer City Council listens to Steve Cadeau of the Michigan Department of Transportation he makes an online presentation of the detour routes for the continuation of the U.S. 2 project scheduled to begin on May 30. Pictured from left are Councilwoman Linda Nelson, Mayor Adam Zak, Councilman Charlie Turpik, Councilman Rob Coleman, and City Manager Charly Loper.

By CHARITY SMITH

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BESSEMER - The city of Bessemer is considering a less expensive storm sewer layout for the Galena Street and South State Street areas which tie into storm sewer along Mill Street and near the city garage. According to project manager Darren Pionk of C2AE, the storm sewer infrastructure in that area is aging out and needs to be replaced.

"It's a major storm interceptor for the city. The work is not included or fundable through the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture-Rural Development) project but is a concern to the city because of the old storm s...



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